Harley House, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | Harley House Melbourne is the current incarnation of the basement space which has housed bars like Exchange Bar, Strange Wolf, and La Chinesca over the years. This version is owned by artist, Vincent Fantauzzo, whose artwork graces the walls, and property developer Robert Hargrave, and features music at just the right level to allow conversation to be had and lights at just the right level to make the space dark, but not too dark.

Head chef Daniel Salcedo has created a menu that draws upon his Peruvian heritage. It includes dishes like empanadas, slow-cooked beef short ribs, ceviche, and Peruvian skewers called anticuchos. It’s all very tasty, and works well for people looking for anything from a bar snack to a sit down meal. The star of the drinks menu is of course, the pisco sour, but those who want something else need not worry as the rest of the cocktail list is inventive, the wine list light and global, and the beer list a mix of crafty and commercial drops.

General manager Jonny Cortizo manages the floor, and ensures that service levels remain high. All up, the current incarnation of Harley House is our favourite yet, with all of the elements coming together welll.

Harley House

Basement, 71 Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9663 8333
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon: 4:30pm to 11:00pm
Tue – Fri: 12:00pm to 12:00am
Sat: 4:30pm to 3:00am

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